A Little Rock man was shot early Friday morning near a McDonald's restaurant on Rodney Parham Road.
Little Rock Police responded to a shooting at 10201 Rodney Parham Road about 12:39 a.m. Friday, according to the police report.
Officers found Malcom Medley, 20, on the restaurant floor and multiple blood spots inside the establishment and on the concrete outside. The police report states Medley suffered one gunshot wound in his right arm, below the elbow. Police said the injuries were not life-threatening.
Medley told police he was dropped off at the Breckendridge Stadium 12 movie theater by his girlfriend and proceeded to walk to the nearby McDonald's. Medley said he was shot at from a vehicle while walking to the restaurant.
Police said Medley was not sure of the type of vehicle, the occupants or the direction the vehicle was traveling, but he believed he heard two or three shots.
Eric Phillips, a 25-year-old McDonald's employee, told officers he observed Medley bleeding outside the restaurant, let him in and called police.
Matt Stewart, 25, was in the parking lot and told police he saw a dark colored sedan, possibly a Buick, with no hubcaps in the parking lot, as well. Stewart told officers he saw Medley get out of the vehicle.
The police report states officers were unable to locate the vehicle.
Police said Medley was taken to Baptist Health Medical Center for treatment.